Thus the myth of “twice as good” that makes Barack Obama possible also smothers him. It holds that African Americans—enslaved, tortured, raped, discriminated against, and subjected to the most lethal homegrown terrorist movement in American history—feel no anger toward their tormentors. — Fear of a Black President - Ta-Nehisi Coates - The Atlantic
It’s human nature that when we share a common culture or experience, such as gender, race, nationality or sexuality, it allows us to make deeper connections. — Gay in Silicon Valley. A Founder’s Perspective. - Forbes
1% Wives Are Helping Kill Feminism and Make the War on Women Possible - Elizabeth Wurtzel - The Atlantic -
It’s pretty much spot on. Equality isn’t a feeling, just like justice isn’t a feeling. Anyone telling you otherwise is trying to trick you out of your rights.
Food Trucks Add American Flavor to Paris - NYTimes.com -
Law school…or selling tacos in France?
Middle School Students Focus of Anti-Violence Effort - NYTimes.com -
“A lot of people believe teenagers can’t make good decisions,” Mrs. Bellan said. “ I disagree. You have just shown that when you pause and think, you have the capability of seeing something through from all angles.”
Each girl longed to escape family turmoil by creating what she imagined would be a stable romance.
It’s tough to know how to build a good relationship if you don’t have a solid foundation to even understand what real love is…
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These guys are even more strict, checking your actual diploma.